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The Statue of Our Lady of the Isles

Madonna and Child which was erected on the western slope of Rueval at a height of 170ft above sea level in 1957. Read more


Standing Stones

Standing Stones are a feature found throughout the Outer Hebrides. Read more


Ormacleit Castle

Ormacleit Castle was one of the shortest lived castles in Scotland being completed in 1708 and then being burned down in an accidental fire in 1715. Read more


Flora MacDonald's Monument

Flora MacDonalds Monument. Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing, Onward! the sailors cry; Carry the lad that's born to be King Over the sea to Skye. Read more


Kildonan Museum and Crafts

The Kildonan Centre in South Uist is a heritage and cultural amenity which includes a museum, a craft shop, a Fèis room for ceilidhs, music and dance, a cafe and an archaeology room where finds can be cleaned and examined by visiting archaeology groups. Read more

Address: Kildonan Isle of South Uist HS8 5RZ
Tel: 01878 710343
Email: admin@kildonanmuseum.co.uk
Web: http://www.kildonanmuseum.co.uk

Loch Druidibeg

Loch Druidibeg in the north of the island is a National Nature Reserve owned and managed by Scottish Natural Heritage. Read more


Uist Sculpture Trail

This provides a pathway for exploration via a series of seven commissioned works by artists and can be found in various locations across the islands. Read more


Askernish Golf Course

Askernish Golf Course is the oldest golf course in the Western Isles and is a unique test for any grade of golfer. Read more


Cladh Hallan Roundhouses

The Cladh Hallan Roundhouses are an archaeological site on the island, noted as the only place in Great Britain where prehistoric mummies have been found. Read more